Iconic brand Moleskine are famous the world over for their artistic heritage and classic design. Their notebooks conjure images of Van Gogh sketching or Hemingway penning some prose.
Behind the Brand
Perhaps the most iconic notebook of all time, moleskine notebooks are based on the Parisian carnets moleskines made famous by writer Bruce Chatwin who couldn't get enough of them. These Paris notebooks were thought to have been popular with artists and writers such as Van Gogh and Hemingway. It wasn't until 1997 that Milanese company Modo & Modo brought this legendary piece of stationery back to life and named it Moleskine.
Moleskine chooses its paper carefully and only uses acid-free paper from well managed, FSC certified forests. Their covers are PVC free and are compliant with California Proposition 65 regarding the environmental impact of materials.